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I have a young dog who is great about getting his teeth brushed but is terrible about not fidgeting through the experience (he thinks he needs to move his head too). Our vet suggested something like this as he doesn't sit still well enough to get the back teeth well. It actually works. Like I can get the back teeth, behind the canines everything!!!
I'm still getting used to using it. Does seem like it cleans better and I use the double headed toothbrush every other day and regular tooth brush on alternate days.
I bought the same toothbrush plus a finger brush and toothpaste at Targets all that for less! I thought chewy would be a better value for their prices - NOT at all.
I ordered to Large size for my Lab and it’s way to small
I can see why some people give this toothbrush a poor rating. I have 2 Labradoodles and only one tolerates it well. The other HATES it so she only gets a regular soft-bristle toothbrush, and then she only tolerates that type so much. But for the doodle that is okay with it, it makes short work of tooth brushing and he has absolutely NO odor to his breath after a short round of brushing with this brush (and doggie toothpaste). Its rather comical to watch the process, even though we get through it quickly. His mouth is as wide open as he can get it when this toothbrush is working in his mouth (particularly on the top teeth (or maybe its the bottom teeth - I forget now!)). It does work well, though!